Try to enjoy the nature and wildlife you can find on your commute to work. Emily pulled over and took a minute to enjoy the views over Abberton Reservoir.
What better way to enjoy the summer solstice than finding somewhere to watch the sunset.
The seawall at Fingringhoe Wick nature reserve was breached in 2015, creating new intertidal habitat for wetland birds. Charlie Oliver visited the Margerot bird hide to see which species could be…
Kate Waterfield is not only our Fundraising Officer, she's also a folk singer! For World Music Day Kate performed her song 'Birds of the Garden' amongst the flowers and wildlife at…
Emily was joined by Roxie the dog for a wild walk on a nature reserve - sticking to the dog friendly walk and kept under control at all times.
In the 200th year since Jane Austin's death, Heartbreak Productions performed Northanger Abbey in the Abbotts Hall Farm garden on a glorious summer evening.
Make a nature picture using any freshly fallen petals. Dry them out like you would with a flower press then you can save your artwork forever!
Taking a walk at lunch time pays off, as a member of staff found out when she looked up and was greeted by four kestrel chicks in one of our boxes!
Emily joined volunteers from Essex Bat Group at Hanningfield Reservoir Visitor Centre on one of their maternity roost counts, which are conducted every two weeks in spring and summer.
Matthew, the ranger at Thurrock Thameside Nature Park conducted an invertebrate survey on the reserve, which is a former landfill site at the mouth of the river Thames that has become a wildlife…